Suffolk University Oral History Project (SOH-027)
Beatrice Snow, a former professor and chairperson in Suffolk University’s biology department discusses her early life, educational background, and her teaching career at Suffolk. She describes Suffolk’s evolution over the past four decades including changes to the campus, the growth of the sciences, and changes to the university’s overall culture. She goes on to describe the establishment of the Arthur S. Friedman Field Station located in Cobscook, Maine. Dr. Snow’s interview recording abruptly ends due to a technical issue.
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Snow, Beatrice and James, Ben, "Oral History Interview with Beatrice Snow (SOH-027)" (2008). Suffolk University Oral History Project. 21.